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How High a Fee Must Fossil Carbon Pay in the Absence of the Solar ITC?

How High a Fee Must Fossil Carbon Pay in the Absence of the Solar ITC?

Over the past decade solar costs have declined markedly, but they’re unlikely to continue falling. Thus, revenue from sales of solar electricity will become more important for business success. Revenue in turn depends on receipts per kWh, capacity factor, and tax benefits like accelerated depreciation and the investment tax credit (ITC).
Company Consolidates Solar Assembly Facilities

Company Consolidates Solar Assembly Facilities

New Jersey-based semiconductor company Emcore Corporation is expanding its offerings of solar products. The company announced plans to add a solar panel manufacturing facility as part of its Albuquerque, New Mexico solar cell fabrication operations.
Foundation Awards Money to Solar Projects

Foundation Awards Money to Solar Projects

Two renewable energy and six watershed projects will receive more than $250,000 in the Pacific northwest region of the United States.
Customer-Based Generators Announced in Canada

Customer-Based Generators Announced in Canada

BC Hydro has announced the successful bidders and their projects for its 2002 Customer-Based Generation (CBG) procurement program.
Independence vs. Oil-Dependence: The Scottish Referendum

Independence vs. Oil-Dependence: The Scottish Referendum

The Scottish independence referendum is drawing near, with an accompanying debate that grows more convoluted by the day. Both sides of the argument have long since reached fever pitch, with the ‘Yes’ team calling foul play over British government’s refusal to allow an independent Scotland access to sterling currency and the ‘No’ team claiming that the SNP will falter when […]
Beyond Sharing Report – Part 3: Exceptional Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects

Beyond Sharing Report – Part 3: Exceptional Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects

Despite the challenging legal and financial barriers facing community renewable energy, a surprising number of projects and project models have succeeded. These projects have brought together hundreds of people into ownership of renewable energy, often saving them money, and keeping more of the money they spend on energy in their own community.